Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 11, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00651
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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38th Year. No. 10 HOMESTEAD) FLORIDA I FRIDAY, MARCH U. .a9 Price 6 Cenu ,'
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BIG YIELDS GOOD QUALITY IN POTATOES' I ::1








., Redland Wins First Prize at Fair '!WOODS FIRES Breakdown For New Shows Plant Engine Need I' TOTAL $2,000,000 TOMATOES .1


Because of I broken crankshaft

With Exhibit of Tropical Fruits ARE EPIDEMIC at la being ea UM, city el obtaln the light rear plant from diesel, current engine Florida U ''SOLD AT FARMERS' MARKET '


j 'er and LliM Co. to make up >

:;I! A diaplay of 10 apenmeM of I!, DURING KAn In production.part haa been sent j AS CROP'S DECLINE SETS IN

: g 'tropical fnilU woo 512| lust I, to Sherman. Tex,
tor se W the engine will be
1 price and 15-Inch kivlns
, money I eat of on lssloa for 41 day*,!
cup for Redland Community epidemic. of wotie. )Ire? Nr Superintendent John Hate? Announce iKlrrmrli nood quality putnt'ic ..

Church M the moil e'ttwi' t \ amounting t.. at many )v3<*i {in'ma JJUtI a Red Cross Prhc Aides end"i phrnnmonal' vwltl lancing' 'oa

community exhibit in the toult, i I'' rINv da\ resulted Inwleidiy s ng Ear / piirJJJW at a fifth e*>- high -. too \Uiantlt. tu Ute sate

annual Dade County Fair In Mlami from Cuunly F. line to, ryuUraent production.4&Mt Chairmen and aMet in .tttf are reported by
I Awardi of 1165 went to uit +nr wpaeltjr. has beenc.n. South Dade Red Croat drive epee County Agent
ILL
tile Homestead and Pet-riot
t ,iplaya.Before. my loft of. tire unless .blOlu ulting Engineer Wm. Hale South Dade chairman." at the "peak .. harvest. tile ,,...
the fair close, s t mid necessary Permits for Jiecestary Sydow, Clarence, Ja
Cray chairman
9 9r 9r tire. may be obtained at of of acre Dade County crop u Mq r<1rd
any
nlfht! Sunday, coon than 75000 Redland .
the local fire with Mr and Mrs a, to bring grower retlll'ftl" more
Italians, all of
persons are expected to view tht which Heath Ilolden aa hit than tllooono.
boo ....INllunl. Industrial and needed hive crews on call If I HERMAN MARKSPRESIDENT Mr*. Shirley KI,., the .aulatanta.1 The average yield t it missing

educational exhibits'and the ill! On area; Major Rulledga, from *M lo CUR or 4V) bushels lo
ere midway More th.h 2003:! raging Wednesday between the a woods fire Florida Lily.\ ; Watt! Weiss, HomeHead the awe, Mr. Little Mid rar.
copies of the South Dad Carter OterseetII OF bu.l.Ind Induitrialarea south Growers Co ( "
eAueeMtun
'\ kt h" y and the old Dixie was .
Club'i "Redland DMflrief Scene iwkit ; M... Erie Bridges, HIHIW- I" digging. SM! buahrl

I Route have already been |'ill Oi> in H. lust Edwards before Memorial it reached Park JEWISH\ CENTERThe stead residential Auet'n IIArmltttcad to the acre In moss Mda, and

tway. ''-w under development the Redland, Outer: MraFrancei I 4I>1 buehHa. to the ease are reported .
Planned and arranged b) Mi by L. Hobbs Princeton: I by Maaiin At..wr of tic
Florida City Kiwanti, Club I
and ..... Joe. Lowe M tWUion A fire I Itometteai. Jewish" Com* Mrs Robert Tyre, lYrrtae' : Mn I South Alkpattuh aectton.
between
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and AI Hoke. the church booth N. Krome resisted Narsnjs rd and munlty 'Cenlir was erganlMdhere Coo Bachelor, Kendall; and A. Since eke bf mtiH. ef .... fertrral .
l. sea decorated with monster era beat efforts rem fire-fight-'' Sunday rtenlng" with Herman f. Arthur, the buaineai and Induttrial puivhaae I plan more tee' 11
for six and
{ dellcloM leaver I and brvobnjllum "as finally checked days Marki aa 1 pretldent. Other, area on U & 1. one hundred cart *f potatoes hav.
blossom Sixty varlctlet el by bulldotutg officer* elected th* peebng, In charge of netm 'nl'\'H itatloiu. I bred Uiu...ht at ariprmlmaleuMOOA. ,
a strip wider than flames t\h':
,a' fruits were displayed on agwsretseparated iud! > the which teas held I. a 0 F are Principal Rttrile Wild.inn in $ rrpoHa Hollaixl 0 HellroAlnictlng .
pan On one call; five' : I
by bamboo strips Mon 'jtlercd fires, Halt, are: Wm. Xtakln, \Iae-Pfell-j' homestead and Principal R"bie officer. for the C.....,-
t of \the fruits were grown M presumably set by dent, Mr. Raikla '.. | George in Couldi. melity l Cradlt Carporeillmi' Tnk-
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f,( Jungle Grove, homesteaded in1M2 re-fighter!n! { ievoui children, kept Not the' 'Paul Loaner, (retturer. Direrlirt>> -. - . - :l lads;. of 'peatoes for steak Vml; I
> by W' Koael who liveas hopping onegrove are Dr Henry Rubin B L. Uff also have Been ant out till Meek,
bal
ao.h been lost
l tW" s there son-tn.law and to flamea this I. Wolfe Chai. Grace, David A. DEATH CLAIMS he Mid

\> daughter, Mr and Mr Low.. season FUhrrullu* Final. Jesse Pearl More than 12000000 worth oftomatort
9 t Other fruits were provided by A. Constantly the fire on hairdo the alert to combat Irving Sourer r; Bloch and Mr*. MACK IIARDEK.: have" been haiidM. HO
* ; R. Cava of Palm Lodge oil Avo* resulting II. Rrhrteberman
III" I I from the driest winter In 20 reason by' the >'korlu CIt) $!.ce
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,. : cadodrr years.are The membership voted to meetat ".mle...' Msrhrt rrpertx Miketm ." .
Among those on duty at theJ' seven In county fire (tali'mi la.catcd T 30 o'clock oil the aerond and IN PENSACOLA .ler C. H. PMIIIiw.' AHMiithe . I h,
1 booth thla week in addition to atralegic points to protectthe the fourth
Sunday of
30000 evenlngi yield and HIP pr it ma ,l lrlining It.
the committee members!, were the acres of grove lands earn month In the t. O O F I ,,
J' and rural rtMdwitl! Mark liar'. , 11', old) f <-IM un M+II U it u
Rev. and Mr Martin ft DavlaMee ))il l areasIMC hall i ? I" I
picked! nut wural
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il tuitions' ate lluiiir tr I I U died, huH1
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and Mrs. Gold KufeMt Mr Fifty-three persons were preeant .. :cd.: ; I I acre! ol new tuniahwa an ruin.
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and Mra. Win. UcCulloUgt, Mr : 'm No 4 at Perrine, headedby at the orgenlaaUoit meeting uftcratss' In a Pvnamroiahoapltal keg Into

and Mra. Ceo GrunweU, Mr, and) O. C Mullln, phone PerrlneSUtlnn and II famlllet took Mt membrnhlpt. at the age of Its. Funeral The main bearing rrpotU ,

: Mr* Robert M'.... Mra. J. t & 2881. aervlcea and burial were held i boaei cold lor
\ Mo. I on Naranja) rd .M n . Mctlroy.' Mr. J. D Wyaotig. In recogaltiMi of |the onsets al t
Mra.1 hear Silver Palm dr headed II llnrdee had bcwi. ill Ihedt1.} A4' .11II t
byCenflcth Jn
C. Ben flU lmer, Mr. A. C Mr, and Jar, lion Rhaakman tohonorary 4 ..
toa. Mra. Walter Baker, Mr' 0.PIIona 74" __ II 'tree! .... 1.1Li'ttr "'" rf .
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* Merllmwetry
' fimn West of nSnda CO/,heeded \fIu1'tbkot ayi HHwf nig *>Mt"While 11M'a
] I l. .Ind.Iffr : ;pjarberthlpa. the far Mem f I.Aa 'lo;
by It.n.Nnt n Phone S26-R. making hit home herehe .
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center bill'al.'b"' ,. R .
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fc Lowe, Jack Levy and txm role Supplementary station Nor.- wu ellll''Yod i | \i\\ \ ""rh.,, Department M.0. Pepprrt are ..el'II'""
:!tc "t Air Bun headed by Char Store and in Hr tan ,
1 to The betp prize finance money the v building ill be used olproposed .jllnan.. F'hone.1. The air bate DODD HAS FJRSTDEMONSTRATION collector's ...U.... in Miami' l\t from from |H|1.7'to In|I.II M.tt.Polatoca and. eggdent'

the Redland Wnmunlt pumper don not carry a water also winked on the navy pliellneand |
whirls be .
supply and la limited to fighting during the war lII.a. civilian ran fumul
center, say "'r. Davis pastor of at hint packing .hounrx. .
the church. Bulldozing of the site I packing house fires which have employee at the Key West naval n o
bringing lo I1BO for t IA .
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FultonSage. hydranlt or fire well base. Ifs was a native of Milton
was begun Monday by Each of the modem self-aurfi- Fta., and a member of the .BapIM tUG to |l.U lur con"iiu n ,.1 i -

LOVLNQ' err WON BY REDLAND community ....." .la exhlbllrd bf Mn. llerma llelnleln dent tnicka carries Ita own 700- OF TELEVISION Churrli ante( I ..

J tn r..c i t" .eel, I Kdllon water aupply 1%-Inrh Mr llirir leavci his wife .In re ttons i In public rti m. n I I ;;

SELL SEASONAL _ _. __ .. iI I hone. hlRh-presfure note for The fill Homettead demon. the former Miss Crrla, Freed of vegetable. .necktie. :l 10, 'fur lg'ii'., f *
! - - - - --- consumption mav "'MUM .1.
1 !; mothering fire with fog, air foam ttratlon of lelevlalon( wat staled Homestead; a son Mil, k Trend Y
Antiphonal Quartet P. O. Traffic Ile roulfd for gatollna and oil flrea, and a Friday by Dodd Radio and Appliance Harder. two duuiihteit.. Carroll mall stand i ear the null i 'if \' r .
WORTH' [ of the markt i Mr 1'1'111'1)' ',
I BOXES TO SIVELLiLBLEACHERS : To lie Featured SundayWhen $27,000 ,I And Parking EliminatedParking COd tank for fighting flash .which received the pioneer and Nancy Lee, and, hit mother, reports > to./ <
fire Two trucks generally re- televlaloti broadcast pre- Mr*. A P. Hirdee, a brother and r'

the Homestead Male OF BUILDING IS I alongside the triangle spend to house firea ao that one vented by SlallM WTVJ Miami't (Iwo sisters, all of Pansacola! Council Asks KxpcrtiFor : ;

FUND! chorus presents a program of opposite the Homestead pat office can continue\ to fight the flames first lelevltkm. station Oood Tax '
If the other la forced to leave the clarity" of THE WEATHER RevaluationA
aacred music at 7 SO Sunday week I receptloli was reportedby
evening was prohibited this by orderof
OKAYED{ BY CITY
tl' One hundred seasonal box (Continued on Page Two) Cecil Dodd, owner and operator valualMt*. of rIte of ll"mrtend .
! In the First Methodist
Church I Police Chief Wm. F Brsntle _.. .
, juts (or the softball )Jeague i of the, shop, alto used. an --1 utna.p_ ...-...were.. u..aw I er esasmel._e ( property may be" o >l.lnrl.
> lummer schedule are available of Homestead Director Irving J. Building permits totaling 127- Southeast Third court on which I RCA Victor "Eye Witnett" paw .SUM. Hta. I KM>. Cain by the city euna l which Intubmllted ...

11 now at$10 each announce George, Lyon aspects to Introduce I new 000 approved! by Building Inapec-1,'the poet office fronts, woe made CITY PAYS OFF Plains receiver.Thoae Mar I _' MM S9M e .,,1JIrIaI'I! of the Hty
Skill league pretldent The pro-I feature Ihe use of an antiphonal I I. one-KB)' street I'f'Ittt'trc, t" Interested are t..1 Mar. L 10 SI 3004 lax roll l far cMMemtJan by WH-) I.
"4 ceed will go toward the proposed quartet\ be stationed in the rear I tor Blake W Stevenson. were 'northbound traffic Under UieI wltneta" the tat. Mar. 4. M 49 30 MII ton McCun and cti: .. Miami. tax j
. t constructIon of a |SM)0) CBS' of the church for the presentation granted by the city council Monday I new plan traffic going south on $30,000 OF DEBT I which will be ahown from 1 to Mar, 1 47 :3000 revaluation engineer Tot roll '

' J Irandttand. I of "Gloria Patri. night Receiving permits[! Krome ave sill\ turn left at S. S clock each afternoon except I Mar I II ft) 2UB4 wee classified at to thai numb' r .(

,1: Almost "half the needed fill for, Guest artists wlU be: Mra. were: C. B. Christensen, It.000. t First 1'or diagonal parkingIn IN SIX MONTHSWithin Sunday. until Mar II when the Mar, ,. 11 IB last of parcels of VeaMential bum''- <

" t, raiting the diamond kit Inches', Claude L Chlpley. vocal soloist, CBS residence. Avocado Park; front of the port office 1 I ttatlon't regular program will Mar. S 13 47 3114 and Induilnat property andIII'\ r. 1
bat been hauled by counttruck Billy Rice. trumpet: and Barbara Dr, C F. Robinson It,000 CBS 1 Extremely heavy traffic In begin. Mar t. 82. 48 3013 number" of vacant lota. 4.,

t. driven who volunteer for work Cooper accompanying pianist residence, Downer Palmi No.2, I the post office area made the the tint, six months ol

Mi Saturday, their off-day, Mr Frank T\e president of the A, C. Home call for three vertical traffic changes advisable, Mr. the fiscal year, the city of Home
. Skill ..,.. The old unsafe;: chorus will sing a baritone s.iloMr tank. It Sinclair RefiningCo Brantley said. dead' has paid 130000 on Outstanding The Castle the- Sea--- .j
(t. bleachen. have bead rated, and I > Ivan Moeert junior tholrYo',11 |l.000: Ira And.rIOICBS I Indebtedness of 147,000, by

2 locks.. being removed from t efield I1rrnI' the program with. twoedc apartment building, 14000: tv-.l I Insurance Agency for a three.I and worked about II miles at f

: by city prison labor; .tan'i! __. ___I erect Douberiy. Free. Second I year policy on the city utilities ttreeU. In addition to paying current c
4eI Additl .n. 12000 CBS garage W.I j plant. The policy which will be operating expenses report By lAIC IHAKKMAN '
I s. R. Bird. II 500 CBS garage Por.i -|t'I I split among three companies, will Finance Commltteeman Wm. Mua
venlr: R. E Edward. II.500 bath (Continued From Last Week)
i be for 80 per cent of the $485,000 aele hlte.
room. Royal Paint Addition, I.I' valuation placed on the plant by Revenue from (the city light and The building of the walls the "1
I' D. Redd. $800 repairs to Krome consulting Engineer Wm. Sydow water plant anticipated It the pouring of the; concrete by th* )
. shore, the
levelling of the
ave apartment building, and M.I Payment are to be made semiannual budget at 1202000. U expectedto ground tr..
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i R Bntton. 1400 porch' Royal ly on the premium "'I run ai high as 1240,000 by the to the height *jf the shore walls, .r ; .
and the planting the trees and t' ,
Palm Addition sE. $35l&44. end of the fiscal' year, he said.
>tabtikh>nent of a crossing al shrubs' must hive taken him about I ,
the F EC Railroad and N t- i' three r.... Me spent the" rest of I

:Second at II deemed Inadvisable. Leader-Enterprise Now in New Home his lire finishing one room at a .t '[
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lime He never completed IL It
r the ouiull was advised in a letter : "
from railroad trustees read N.W.\ Cor. Krome & Flagler-"at UJS. !" was surprising to aee bow fast .
the walla I believe H
at the meetln.. The crossing, grew was t..
his to fashion, la atone the
which would pas over five tracks: urge i
would be a handicap U shipping The Leader-E terp;lJe I* now In press-and they ,were ." .I7Where.l visions that grew bi bit mlmf li

t during the season, and would Its new \location at 110 8 Krome When finally he ended hia Ftori eye, maybe M the day of hi (,.rr:
create a very real traffic hazard Where Krome and Flagteri da vacation Friday morning the youth.\ H* completed the outside ,",. ';
4y the letter stated ave last of the cabinets\ filea and picture of hi* dream." r \
I Mayor T E. 'Kirby and City ,i venue Interae.nd whererlorda table wet hauled] over. "Mr Sweating, you aid \hat s.i : >
Clerk R. K.: Edward were auth 27 meet U S. t ti But the "Krome at U S. !" location the doctor had 'Lung trouble. Un"f i ;

and. to contract with Homestead i from the Leader 26- where we are remodeling 1 1buJd1nI. der such condition, how was .
,1: I !' r home at 14 N. W Third at. the former Denning. Seed Start able to live and werk ao hard for ,

waa a major operation The reason \ U proving as Ideal at U ytarsr I MM4. ,f
> Fund-Rautiirf Carnival Uiil issue U a day late la going we thought It would We art only "II. wax awed\ Hlht after b* , ..
.,.' .. Scheduled by Klwtnlaru Ille press Is that there waa M press a few step from everything-the got her*. Tot pilr air the clear a
l oanu .r40.<" I I to go to press on until Friday post office, the" bank, the restaurants . sun rays, unhamperad by dust or
Sponsorship of a carnival was The erector the Duplex people ,hotels More and Indus smoke, and the.. try climate killed
voted by the Florida City Kiwanis! aent bert to move the press In. trie And already alt bare bad the tuber \l'"/ germs and his rc,
I: Club at its weekly meeting Friday' ekted In tearing it down to I a foretaste of our future U aa lungs healed.*
night in Parkway Ins Jimmy its minutest pieces for a borough auxiliary chamber of commerce Dry cUimUr t said In sur f
Giifsetf was appointed to arrange I If cleaning and overhauling. With Information booth to serve tour. prise. "How see Oil be dry when 'r 4
<.r the date of the benefit to raise i the aid of four husky laborer : .Ida bound to and Iron th* Florida you have Midi heY' rainfall and

funds for club work. b* began taking It apart Thursday Keys and Ivwglade. *. National you are aurrmusded by tropical. 'e
Lt Co. Leonard Vaina, Secretary morning ef hat week and Park. wateraT

Chat Cushman and General n was midnight Thursday of this Bring your news and ads to tilt 1 can iM44MU>4 your surprise. -
Duffy spoke to the club Mr. week Wore he got through" put..I Flagler eve doss Construction UttiU .' b* wMwerMl. "but bet "

While Mr*, t P Archer, tt Of the Southeast Florida OptometrtcAaaocUUoa Cushman told the group that the ting It together under way on the front ofACM art aooM tact We' have I heavy
Auxiliary, look on. Mayor Thomaa P. Kirby typo a president of KlwaAl International It took u* all thai time to move, of the building. and you will role say bye' er three Inchea Italnk
rcaolutioo procletmmeve Your Vision Week to homestead will be .to Miami about Apr II too, because the erector had to find lumber and tools and workmen Into UM porous coral rocks
from Starch I to 12. Tut STOA u .v.jwtuu Use meek w Dad when the club .win be invited to have floor apace on which to In your way U you come (in Immediately and fifteen mloutoaContinued
L County Joiat to aa inttr-club meeting spread the part* of the newspaper the KrotM ave.. door ( : oo Pag 'Two)



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I LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday March 11. 1 1949

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I CASTLE BY nil SEA I different way HIS only on, who brake Vr your brakrsI and Mid "You reckon I III get in I ;lever even bought my poetic

The I qNimiimuiII IIMNIMit I watched the drips pan in the cant; they mutt have foiled I' trouble over thla' Hang it all I I'n'e Ocenw yet'"-Will St Journal I '.

(OoartlMied from loge One) dlatanc, joined one and was gone wailed hi. wife I __ _
Leader-Enterprise The Gadabout Hit two cultured daughter. who, "All right" he seed fitting back,
20 Years Ago iMar' the aim ahiliaa brightly.11'here found no outlet for their talent "brae* youraalf and tn to !hit,!
.....4 is ,0.. to he mud. no water. and r--
.. -- .--- toy I Bete* halts fpmyreAfter you cent tin if It hea rained in on Inhabited this bland place, moved, and to more now Fomeihmg dwap.-Ex When' in need call on us.

ft. .... ..... a _III. It ia the driest: spot intie .
rnrwld.t0. N I. I w I.b d kiss sbeeoa Dr Cngle was left alone In Danger Zee*
:=. ... Y ad sa.ed United States Any fisherman ,
h n.o.d rte b" seen a.
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I .r."I"ainr tYa.aa,. ....-. Main .... ... of .111\ r can tell you that h* can hang his the spring we left the island, but Aspiring la become a poet a
e we er Me ls.ss h Neither Ionel..,...,
W + ( not nor
Ina w =='ow n, e.., few week* toUna -- 0h fail .here and thy will cur back country youth submitted avery Loan Co.
: could make I Homestead
I, rrvMnn eel MMMAMOMI **. rim tile UD0.el Ias.p.h. : education In : hater on the** lulanrtk than In Morel nor hurricane amateuriih poem to a rnailma : <
\ UMttl AftCHMVlf 5.W Mr. .k tell.IIIIIIIII9111IIIihIIIIIIGIIIIIIIIiIIIUIgU. polltlcf were taking' form---. any other ...... And one more him fnvak the fortress he built uin*, The etfltor. returned the
.nausea .... cause t"lII jectI were always fact-I have a relative In Bloomlafton He expired In hia steep a year veree with the commantI'm

11AlTr.n.e".....Aruylae9Msuaacxtrnoie !! / !! pert of tin. toI'IVWMUCIIOne *f' III He suffered from ainm nn. it WM a peaceful nafwsl'death" i,I stud! dear conMbulor that you I 205 N. Krome Ate.

the .tM*. outstanding plieJ Uwa for yean. I invited l him abused your poetic llcenM*
"The tint official. action wn Mr Bweating OnlJbod. hit atoryand I ::rl
lAm Mirhl. Regllea who maher ta two weeko. ,lie was cored" leatimi" Collateral Loans $50.00 to 9900.00
taken Mir. toward hereof walked to bill -
I union
sa De" (ts. i,I IIx!I IOarw. ... M debut after aha had relumed ".*y. Mr. g..'.e>lng.I r*> over own pMrawndy. the youth exhibited
e the M I Churah and the place :
AaMPsaa Ie.at". following aeVerol Merited when' d the note to the loci! poatmaater
if lIMo Slap I I l E. Church South . Officers" of Jokingly, Pone Th* tide war coming In, The
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1 0th. I p. car e. tu In the United Btat.e.Sheaysu.ed I
year > Leon wet looking foe .th. Fountain '
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I. Church
the unanimous, water were iplaahing against the
'... -' ": md ; : .r.t" r"d.ffCT 6t limited expects, to enough he would have found
11. 5I. .s 4HMMOM the Initial meeting at "the. church or The palm ,tries were
*, FhrMt, Mr Hit eft .. much to. that It became neceaaary this Ifland"
....h I. ln .. , drawer are expecting te swaying In Uw warm gentle
to place chain 01the stage of Mr Sweeting, jollied me In
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nt'ti" from M to M W for to- I breeze and the two tied, yet rubmttd -
the Colon Theatre In Buena \hearty atMtk."I .
Home matort. ," Alrea. diirtgird of the municlpal Ml you Mr. Shankman. little beats visible In the Miami A wniog Type Windows
clear water appeared to be pleading -
"Th Homestead P. T A. kith ordinance. The nifrve had IhouMnd of oar are apeetag
; with me to raise them once
Br Lire. ) Miffcew 'tt.'IrIr' !2S.\ mertiberl U the second large a great admiration for her 11 for back a'nd forth on our broadOverseas I IAa
lit tin the county ." other professions I individual) : Highway but the lalanda again I stood there \rneditatlng .
Horn It tn bland to UM\ MI of Wm. ;. tieronlma bia been who have received their trainingIn have not yet been dteeovered.
tin
about life and destiny! of man,
Time. sated commander bf the American the U. A. 1 No, I don't mean the treaaurea
Without reference' to locale or Legion Post to succeed. >PrJ One of my young friend that were burled by the Spanish It seemed to me that the spirit I
tr.n'-I of the man whoM labor U a mono
dime A. SmIth ." fated from a book ) and tflgttih .pr Ur ly a* an bate In tropical IM, "Mill Gwendolyn Miner wea Leon Fegano about Prclldlano land. 11ft.1It the reel wealth of watching the. deserted andforsaken .
Perfumed with towers and swept I tllmate. aunahlne, p&Kta trey
rrowned'queen of the Redlind PueryrrediMi'i works My few castle by the ilL I
by the brent District Fruit Festival at a coronation notes from the translation follow and health If their true value 'I ,
Of memories of former happyyars. ball at the Golf and Country -, : were known, the government and I j

dub ." the people would put them to' Break English rieiteti t "
"Thli
.rtllWII born Jan,
The' mill** of frlendi Id sunshine IS, .. -
greater Many twisted end
"A smell crew of men and one 1834 His drawings are expre. u. i A rich old aunt war paying r >
] U The teentY that {.,.driven shovel are lUll plug- sire, his paints are loUd and his aching' joints would be relieved her nephew's college *>pne, and'' 1 1I '

sympathy, the dew keeps ling away on the extension of modeling vigorous , He pretenti of their pain The !lalandi would her visitor asked her if it was I 1 A
them f rcen to Tamlaml Trail ," prove a great blessing to the expenah : I
Enhancing their beauty with amystic Krome av* what h* sees, attaining his nation" a
thren." Dougliii Tower broke his object with an evident mastery I "Well." said the aunt "Ian- '

t Chan wayfarer know your right arm cranking his Ford car of the model which attracted his I "Tell me, Mr SweeHng", how ...... KM pretty high My cheek 1

home In part; Sunday ." I attention. For this reason his did the doctor spend his tat this monMl Covered $10 for Eng.II -
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Vnu alone cm feel the pulling of "Twin girls were" born to Mr portrait are full of feeling, for !yean In the*"cattle Were they **. MO for Latin, and f 110 far 1 ,, :

.Ik he.rt.I and Jot...., Clarence Simmon! at h* reveals h'mnelf I In bta work i hippy" years wtetd them Scotch."-Ex| ,"I
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the Florence Hunt Hospital Mar as a man of dear vision' with JIl
I happy You we his wife was not r"b
7. They were named Dorothy Mae full knowledge of characterHll .1 I I
of the lame temperament. She The traffic rate clerk woe
1 : WOODS FIRES and EUtibeth Irene ." portrait are always true tolife : ;
had no great inspiration to keep teaching his wife to drive. Itilf.
and he felt the deilr
i never
Mra Frank Mcllwaln has been
(Continued from Pap One) her occupied The then primitive way down the a,
111 at her home. ." to embellith them, a trait common .iII"t'rvedt: :
life of the coal oil lamp water Scream of
ails to replenish! IU water supply la the schools of tome European -,
Four additional stations equip "Miia Elizabeth Lett and Abnrr countrlei' where he studied bucket and dipper did not help cried the car It running awayCan't I I Is

I red with modern trucks and more (Pete) Morgan were married In He never give fre play to fan.taiy her. The solitude, the itlllne and you\ imp it"" I

I flto wells are advocated by Chief Fort Lauderdale, Feb. J5 .," I II or Imagination . H* also the volcea of the lea which the 'No replied the rate clerk, "J\

liner to Increase the effective-I "Mrs. Pet Moitan, the former painted landscapes His rattiest doctor loved, affected her In a cant reach the ontrola. Use your

mesa cif the county lyitem Thec0uniy Miss Elisabeth Lott, war honored spirit Knight new formi of .
practice his been to buy I with a bridal shower by Mrs, expressions In the unlimited

I oar new truck each year for replacement Albert Buuey, Miss Cleo Bitch horizon of the Pampas , The
I of old equipment Mill Dorothy Conner and Mill Argentine countryside, Hi typ'cal'
.The volunteer city lira department Ruby Shuler ." hk .:
tree the, 'Ombie'i the 'Cauchoi',
1 headed by Chief Elmer "Mlai Dillle Vaughn and CharoStevens ; their wagons ind ranchos are s
S lll\'ln, hit been busy with !
| kept were married In fort anme of his pilntlngi The waiherwomin .
I teas and trash fire. The Febreiry Lauderdile Feb. ,27. ." In Delgrano. and the '
report lilted ten fire, jl'
r gnu Mill Emma Ilernecker and dally round of the 'Eatancla' are n
two trash fire, on. house fir
mil Rubke wen' 'married, In also his work , untranilited,"
(ISO damage), a truck fire, and s Miami .-
Leon Pagirra reveals. like
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fire.'Mattlmony
lyictor, "Mr and Mrs. A, D. Smith announc other true Argentine, admiration t ." ,.'.. !;... .
the arrival of a aeven- for their countrymen who
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pound eight-ounce baby girl, Barbara hive studied abroad but have
1 that t cotta man his Bache- r i
a Jean, on Feb. :27 in Florence not lost (heir true Identity and the As t.
)tern Degree while his wife gets I'
I Hunt lloiplul""Mr love of freedom and Independencethat
: hf- Master's.Middle age The Urn In life and Mr. Ralph Moon announce hit been built In the wei The Infantile death rat ,la. the United 1

!f i' when a man stops wondering how the.birth of a daughter on tern hemliDher by San Martina, States U very low. From 1934 to 1936... a Provide Shelter from Rain
e Awning
Feb, 25. . a George Washington
h and
) temptation
tin escape ranked seventh Io the world,led only b; New
I begins to wonder If he'i mleilng "For the tint time In the hli- 1
j .}Y. tory of the Bedlam) Dlstriclyqdp7'oMb1y nedlind-tiai been summoned to Zealand, Holland, Australia, Norway, Swttrland .. .i..

i t } , "I ..Mia.......... young.er1pb14n ef Dade County,Irt serve for 'Jury duty at the civil and Sweden ..'" Blend Beautifully with Picture \Windows w

1 ct""thy" nlrolHn'jO : "rn.-IO.-I-, ; / earl I.fy. yeeIrdrj0ey v ........ 10 '.Yet 70,000 infants diaaarplll la the irale .


1)\) 1 I r e 'din -./. and"Donald Mr. M Murphy A. Murphy, eon, of underwent Mr- month of life, and ",000 more from the f. : e' C rtdt'\IYarp, S i lIrSticO ntist'or.Rot '...l.g.

a minor operation . In aecood to the twelfth month How many of that preciouiiofioti t I

I Dr. F. P. Archer J,' Post Gradual Hoipttil ," l might bare )lIT)! bad their mothers had ..dcqUit.pr.D.taI *
( "A son weal born to Mr. and Never Require Painting
under th direction ore pbjrilctan?
care competent
,I I Mr. Wm. Wood Of Karanja Feb. '
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JU. D.: Jacobmi) enter knowledge and kill of the physician daring the trying I ; .

: n: .a+rltllilng la Examination. el the Eye and.. CompleteOptical tamed the Amlgu Club. ," the needed '
months of We ready to supply :
Freee'rlptleaeryke I -Mr, Jim Venn and: Bins Ivan pregnancy are I .

i : Mae have been entertainingtheir dietary supplement tad other medication ordered by W. C. BASS & SONS, ., :

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j: : f .I HOLD IM-th Of Talitrl Mrs.\ J Prldwi Ue Smith INSPECTORS LAY 1 I PONTIAC NO. 3,000,060 COMES OFF LINE I II Genevieve Chandk r Awarded Eight baked product elementary From dub the tteaeVatead BetkrHUtei

made Ir* en a cotMnHkBol
n 4-H Club Prizes a t Dade County Fairwinner drew. and Kay Mllllkw.
r SATELLITES Mn. J U Smith father Cheater RFD BOX DAMAGEONTEENAGEBOYS 4th on a aUrl
A Craig, died at hi* horn
I in DearfMd Beach Sunday night 1"I1 rrr I ( hanlMer of Florida and their prior entries' The lUdland elementary dub
NOT STRONG Funeral services were held Wdnaday a i'imember of HomeateM weta Clara Lynn Harkneat, let .honor* wet to Nancy Orawtord
rAID I at the First Baptist Churchof d1 Junior High 4-H club, on We*. on wira .rites*. Sarah Louia who WM awaraM lied pram ana
awarded eight prix. .. Walk**. fed on dyed erttete. towel from towaUnf and a
would have to maintain DearfMd of which n* waa amember. Two pall office inspectors) w err, ie day" was *
mite of aupply Una I In county 4-H compeUUons at tile Patty data M n haMfceen art; towal from lack., sag IN prta
If she parted a war now forponeulon Mr Craig had many friend In tl the Homestead poet of lit- E.I Dade County fair In Miami and Betty Joy Sag Srd. on ew- on a skirt Mary Patricia Waeecoww
of Germany. and ah Homestead a* he had lilted oftant Wednesday Investigating cue invtfvtag : other outitaadmf. winner' were lain.From 1M ors a yatchid .arammtPMrMa
hara't too atreng a hold on tome UM Smith horn H* wa 'bam damage to mall bola 00 two from Median. Junior High Heswedead Judi Hi. NMari of the XandaUWM
Pf her MteltiU counlrH' on whom M year ago' in HlaaMppI, but rural rout**, report Paatm.iIW'' 4-H Out. Joan Core who gel. Myrtle Boynton mad had en VWI Lid 9M MQfB

the:: would have to depend for spent moat of Jill Uf* In Plant S. I. Livingston The Invertlga- upport, USA,, retired Cot Wm. City where he wa eonnacUd with, got four.
Hon Involved interview a I
Keller, former chief of public: with Coronet Phoaphit Co. tar I Genevleve Chandler' priMe
allies* tervic under Can Lu-' :at yean After he retired. two large number of leen-Me boys were: M on extra house accea- GilftnniteINSULMASTIC
-bus Clay In Germany, told the wean; ago, he moved to DnrfMd who In two Instances were caught sorSnd: on darned sock, clip' ,
f HoOMttead Rotary Club WedjnefP' Beach and opened furoNM' tt the areas of damage They baking powder biscuit and muf-
I I ....*. A year ago he *ufrd a oommlrted the damage Dna; 3rd an dyed article and drop
**na who I i..
t I Keller, who wai on one of heart attack from which he rallied admitted their guilt and forth .rookie; and. 4th on pair of ptllovua -
I tubcommitleei for Joint allied 0 0I but he became critically III again have been placed in ) ***,
prevent
I >dmlnlitratlot In Germany, Aid I Ii on Feb IT Mr. and Mr Smith cuatody of their parent Th In- Joan Core won* let prig on
i |ht the Ruailaa member of th and their 11-year-old ion, J. Lea apectora did not dlicloM what Ii I woee.b, tiHured drew and pair of pillow- KARKOTE
kdmlnUtratlon could not decideknythlng Jr. pent the week-end at the action wlU be taken Mr. Living- slips, led on costume' acreasury
for themtelvwt but hid Craig home and were there when s and puinted wonrlen tray; 3rd on
to wait for apeclfic instruction* 'Mr Craig diedSurvivor tan"Whll My* rural mail boxe parl- i,rind vegetable; and 4th on
, tom Morrow on each matter to be I of Mr Craig are: hit! ment mail rateplaclet and mail pitkles UNDEUUODY( PROTECTION
Blipoted of. That made It hard wife, Mr* Dili Belle Craig; a receptacle at private hornet are Harriet law won: drat pries on
Jo get anything don, h* tatd son. R.\ L. Craig of Howell Mich,; the property of Individual post poster and canned guava*; Snd
A fellow member of the famoutUlnbow I three daughter,, Mn Smith M.... office laid Mr. Livingston on canned mango and canned to-
patron
Divlilon of World War Robert Rencher of Fort Lauderdale the port office department matoe. Stops Underbody nUSTRATl'LE
J. Col. Keller war b and Mr Jima Cauaey of Other Redltnd Junior High
I and prosecute ---------
I lotarltn W. E. Rheney of Oilnecville; three grandson. J does Investigate tampering I Th "' ,.. Ailllliwih Portia "..'" ,1"t ni "'"n Ibis *MMI,*.. packed
tead. Hom"l Lee Smith Jr.. R 1. Craig Jr.,] parsons mail stealing in mail or receptacle Ihla weak by Pontiac Mae Dlviuon of Ct wnl Mmon. Many J. Kiln.'.., First Methodist Slates and ROT
with
and Bobbie Rancher; a granddaughter I gwwral mango of Postal for iiw teat IS yn, dims i iht t it rrmwklng
of It alao prosecutes persona found model off theptodarem lln*. With tun, 11.11 JID( ti L W W id, i wnlBlMmMM. Guest Speaker Concert
Mn. Darrell Daviaon ,
hELPERS guilty of wilfully damaging or I Ta diy of Poniue m.d. nil eciwlua .a cltU tol.-. '
1 SOUGHT Belmont Cat; and a great-grand stealing m.1recepl.clH\ whether I 'America' Greatest Peril" will
daughter, Linda' Lou Da\laon | they contain 'Snail or not Persons 1 be the aubjeit of llayward I It Applied under hood, fenders, floor and

' BY HOSPITAL'S Mr'the, and week Mn in Smith DoerfieMSPEUJNO are .tpendIng -I convicted these eases hall for'' District Homes I Rank First in State Johnson, gueet upeaker. next Sunday __ rhassK. Keeps! new cars new and old
every offense be punished by a'I I morning at 1o'do.1 t ( at First
fine of not more than one thousand In Consumption of FPL Electricity: Methodist Church of Ilomeilcud, cars young. Order jour Karkotc job
.j MENDING GROUP BEE PLAX$ MADE dollars or by Imprisonment announces' the Rev. J. E. Jenkins,,
for not more than three year" pantor, Mr Johnson, author, playwright now.
For Homestead school pnHicl- Radiant DMrlet reeldenmrink I i. used for laundering. cleaning and lecturer 1'011to
A call for volunteer* to help patton in the annual Miami Herald chairman Con-I I high In tile increased uw : md ether household chores, mak-I Homestead from the headquar-
Itluued spelling bee, Halley Macey )jUnior high school I .
*with the hospital mending the of electric service according l I.i IIIH hurneuork lighter"Actually ten of the Methodic Church In
: by Mr*. John Grave, linen I I has been made elementary shrill teitanti wiU be chosen from .,I the result of a Flortd Power ALight In I(MR! each Washington, D C He received
of Jame Archer chairman I and Mm E H Gallaher' fourth through\ the eighth grade IdlnWa"l
chairman ,
room ,
Company urvey for the hour of el*;trtclU. on the natlon-wMe recognition when he
Smith Hospital AuxUlary{ reports i I year l 1\148, announced by R. 8 did' more work than It did In 1941 led the .lean-up fight again!! Texaco One-Stop Station
Mr* B A Tlbbtt. preti- Chandler, manager" ,*,*...u,. In because modem electrical appll- rod-houe, gangsters and Ixxwe-
dent Increased UM ot lctrlclt, this nncci are more efficient Tots U runner In "Dloody Williamson
Reiponte to the mtmberthlp dtotrkt rank HI In the com- I particularly, true of etoctrle ranks County-Herrln, III Hit !present
drive to ri>* fund for the community -' Home Canners Plln,', stale-..'" *|rtcm, afflniany molor-openfed' eppllWWto lecture tour fur the Method I a. IL lK\t: BON
> '* hospital It gratifying; church' hu him from the
far brought
"The figure HM8, last compiled
I esld Mn Tibbltt. '-Tbl, week' reveal HaM biMMttng in U. S, figure for 1641 are Pacific rout where he was rereived North Krome Ale homestead
'report of the membership chairman formation whlca reflacU favorably i not yet available the company** with enthusluam In leading
I Mr*. Harry Jenner, show. Chandler .tejMNde average use II I enperted pulpits throughout His Went
on our coMMnltjr"
i len of the $25 membeuhlpt for Don't wait too late to do your canning. Get dednred. "fwiwe of eieetn- to "ftp the average for the nation Mr, Johnson. one of the outstanding -
husband and wife have been city In home l4n Index of 'the b>' a wide margin For the year lecturer on the Amoorl-
.Wsued Th. new membership this season's tomatoes and beans while they .
i tlnnrtuM of llinlLM communil I IMT. the rompanyb customers ran platform hat the reputation
j :are: Mr and Mr|. H C ConordMrs ,. needin and the high uMHr* roan ram( us. an average of IIR5 KWIf. of dealing with present social
what
and Mr, Paul Loaner Mr are still top quality We hare you
over 30% higher than the nationalov.rsge
a greater UM of *Md/m electricalconveniates. problem particularly at theyapply
and Mr. Louts D.lgle!, Mr and Then. too. while of 1.418 KVMI I lo modem \outh A* a
B. Bird, Mr and equipment and supplies.
Mr, Preston
pnMitoktty everything former deputy Investigator In Yields
price on : Higher
Edward Krone Mr and ; :
Mr I
soared skyward the average Coal;> (LASS GOES SKET('HINQ! Illinois he hail the opportunity|
I MfL C. I. Chlpley, Mr. and MnW I
of residential ehttfrteltp was held to study the Iraltt of "bad
Homeitead A sketching
of aeclng-walk trip men"l
E. McLendon
and the "bad klilt" and the
at a favorable hml and I II now'
William to First Methodist Church ,
and Mr and Mri Dan the
about the same M It was before dition bark of them, and to get Higher tomato yields eomiblnedwith
Mr. and Mr Gerald Etcher ant Jars conttrurtlon project was made __
Cans valuable data octal
I other on
the war.
Mr and Mn, Casper William olModello. i last week by a taventh' grade art of excellent control of Late I
u ." Figures alloW i la 1M realdentlel. claM and Miss Helen Pope, H. H problem 1"cia" Blight is "Parzate"
making Liquid
The Homeitead male chorus
i .******14g Holland 8. aK Instructor Clan member
Sealers Will prant a concert 7:SO Sun with
Can ; d1Md [Ml mad sketches of the betiding,I Fungicide a favorite many

ri Mir,,ronpft.a,1+an.dad.,of day eveningOUJNrtU successful growers.
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'BroOkshic: I I, lPressure"Cookers* t >' Sl'NDAT!' RET Parzate sprayed potatoes area
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i ; OD Mid.: means hamsare Next Sunday will\ be Volunteer list healthy 'and thrifty.
; more cotta bit In summer!SCHOLARSHIPOPEN Sunday at Homestead Presbyterian ". Field Service representatives will
Can Tongs because more fan and Mir cunditl""en'lre Church where church member '
gladly help with dkoabe
used Mnro cln'trinity will dedicate themselves and a you your I

,' TO BOYS portion i ot their wealth to the and insect problems.

j I Oldest Completely Tyro Writers Attend i er\ic of the church Tho aci"montuple Parzate-Liquid Wettable or Dust formulationsavailable
will be The Church In an
Equipped Grovecaretakers Herald Ncns} Institute I F..I"I" Inul'nl Ohl( a >., lu>larhipiMn Era of Totality" for immediate delivery.

t fund which, wail help defray Pariah liquid la guaranteed tT\ active Ingredient. )".
H tcud aril Redland hiahMhiwl
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Seed Co. cxpeses of college f u, eligible
Kilgore JournalIsm' ttudenl and male graduate of Dade County 1)rca-uly( Shop FOB INFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE: : : DFUILRY: SEE: t..
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member of the tUff "
revealed Roy
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high WM Hid Y'
Now in English .
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school: paper attofefed the Miami It. W. Brown &
I I llouatr' previdcnt' i'f' the Grater I II Company ;J J
I .he. homestead Phone 6.1: Herald Mew Inatttut* for high : Miami Inxuranr Board, Etta* Dcauly Shop hi moved Ueulds-Plione .... .south Miami\ -Phone 4-JJ7J (
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S. riaglcr that and unlvwlhy ''ouroalssmstudrnts
for
I The award which pro\ldv from Its former location In Burton -
If f P. o BOX st hid Marf. Mnmentead 4 at the Uni- u I loop of *400 per year for four '! Department Store building Glade and Grove: Supply Company
HOMESTEAD: HA. xemty of Miami years, will be mad to one !student to the second floor ot the EnglUhBuilding
rrlncflon-Phone 19g
o<'l 11001 paper la th* Hnhlacho and .
Phone noR t'atJ'ftr. announces Mn Etta
the llrdlind papef 1* the Rattler Houaer staled that the Greater Zimmerman owner and operator. Collins Teed & Supply Company
Roundup. | Miami Insurance Board an awociaUM The new telephone number In
In ,tile MomaaMkl group were of $9 leading InauranreagencaM 824-J N. E. 14 St A r. E. a R,.

Rebecca Brown Napey Craddock in this area, ha entubllahad Mr. Zimmerman it astlited by Miami Jl. !.-rhone ''.71/S
I Barbara Shulat. Mary Helen the fund a* a public rvlce Mr, Alice Sherard
Sprlnkl Lflllan\' 'lauds> Emma In order to tncrean oJ>tunltlp.*
Jane Rives, AaMlVn Buuey.', for higher education among young' 1
Martha Jane Ore,$ Jeffrey Jordan i s mm In this raa:'
Ph and the ponMtt.of UM paper i A MfcolaaWc. average of 85, wtlitactecy -
one 804'H Mr, D o WoUenblrfer. reeurd In dllzenthlp, The,
honesty and
\lendoll from JMIand uei-e attendance sports
Ih' Marilyn Rethra, pblorei! Enni. integrity, and two year residency
Grace Ygartua D( n* Runkon In Dade County are lifted .* requirements '
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Friday March 11, 1049L
PouJl I HOMESTEAD LEADER.NI JU8R

IlWftWl Jt-Et M-BLUB- RIBBONS WON BY 9 ENTRANTS .

At-YAT OMrAPIlbAY R: 'ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF HOMESTEAD< CLrJMra. i I:L

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L Social Events in South Dade . . .... were. teats. *t a fkanNy. reunion V M. QrwiMll won U of I mlm.Ui.Miu. cnft wesk; IUd
at tsMlr hem In how! el blue ribbons prIM for jeXMm and< rpioh.
I the 18 fired price
I Cat. ad Mr W. H Yates, Jr. warded to nine entrant In the fourth prill tot eaten ....-
of Feet Smith, Ark., and aorta, annual handicraft exhibit of the Mn. lie .JI'toead-ttrtt' peen ,
MUSK OI.IU "'U.L MEET I Rater and BIll)'. for Mt picture and mtaeaUaneous ,
Demonstration
MRS. ERMA HALL( AND CHARLES FRYAR LOCAL LEGION AUXILIARY REFLECTS HontMtead Horn
Praaant for the family dinner, fourth priu for
AT 1. It RUTLAND HOME I Club Tuesday In the Future craft work!
WEDDED FRIDAY IN FORT LAUDERDALE Mri J. R Rutland will be ho MRS. HEMMINGS AND OTHER OFFICERS In addition to those menUoned, runner clHbhouat.. She received canned foodi.Mri. .
were Mr. and Mn. Ted Ways of Mott-flnt prlrei
alao tevea second prUt rl rib- VWU
lau t next week to the Monday '
Mrt. Crma Hall of HpmMlead School and attended Coyne Trade Mr*. Marie Hemming, president 16 la oawmemaralttm' of the New York City" and OouMi and bMM. Six. blue ribbons were won for cooklai and aluminum troy;
and Dave Charles Fryar of MI. School In Chicago H* hue lived Musk Club at 3:M at her home of the American Legion founding of<< the Legion. Those their children, Mary, Jerry, Bud by Mi*. Frank lUuaman, and four third prlaa for 'Vow tray
I amt were unit*! In marriage at for the part" four yean In Miami on N. Krotne ave. Aianclate hoi- Auxiliary, and her entire slated who wish to donate flowers aN and Bill; Mr. and Mrs. T. O each by Mra. James B. Patherree Mn Othella RM-Tint pritei
II I 410: Friday afternoon in Fort where he I la employed asfrlgfrttkm teases will be Mn. H. Collier,I officers were re-elected Tuesday asked to telej>h;n Mra. Rue. Yale of North Miami Beach; Mr. and Mr. V. M. Oreraall. J,. ....... display, Itrlw- ",
Lauderdale mechanic! by Set Mra Gordon W. Ivey, Mra Green evening at the annual" meetIng -, After the btMlneM+ _Ion, light and Mr. Grady Sttpp and children Mill Eunice Grady, county berries,, mulberrtH and honey;
Dennis and Jimmy
Linda
tailored Diitrlbutora. ('vea' and Mini Anne Bellows I INT held at the home . ; tor sweater and.
bride Mrs.Frank
Th wore a gray of refreshment wen aerved by the Miss Claudia Yates and Walter ant. wa )udga The blue rib second prises I l
linen drew with pink) trim and a Rue. The other officer. 1 'hooleu.REDLAND. bon article will be entered for child garment
aoceuorle* of Daniel tin''". are: Mrs Win. Oeronlmo, vicepresident Yates.tog competition at Dad County Mn. O*.. N. WakefteloVflrtt
REDLAND TOURNAME: CAGERS HONORED) : :
Mr and Mri Fryar are making ; Rue, treasurer,I Achievement thy on May B In pritei for-milk and butter; second j
their home at tttt S. W. lath it HY ROUNDUP STAF F AT BUFFET SUPPEROlcn and Miss Ruth Fox, secretary. DIAMONDBACKS J> COMPLIMENTED Bayfront Park In Mil ml prize for eggs. 1Nra.
In Miami but the bride will non I A. A. i ua ey-nrst prize .f
i Members voted\ to send flowers The winner and their prize
IIY MRS DOUBERLEY AT CHICKEN SUPPER
be *lef second! prizes for I
tlnu to employed to Pratt General Hoapltnl on Mar. for marigolds;
Member of the 1Jr.. S. Dla Edward, Rattler Roundup article were: and
clerk at Redland Center.A cotton dress
mondbacki who formed the Clan spmror Mrt. j. T. Hooker, Mar-: Mn.. V. M. Grennell-flrit cut flowers
of F P. Cahoon of Mrs. W E. Geraldine Lewis, Missel .
daughter Dbuberley was hoi-: Mis lamp shade.Mr. \
B tournament team were! enter lone and Alena Keen, and lI.nr11 IIIOF MET StTTFR GIVENCLl'H for fresh tomatoes cltrui.
prize ,
the bride lived her .. Williams-flnt prizetor
Homeilini tee Tuesday evening! at a tried Geraldine and Virginia Doubertey L. J.
talned recently at a buttesupper Dixon aailittant twin, and ,' cannec
child before moving to Jack ion MEMBERS, FAMiurs chicken Bob Carl and roses, canned guava, remodeled third prize
In honor dreaij
a* a by the itaff tit the It. ll. S Hanky. supper given of Dale Sprinkle, canned tomatoes, ;
sonville.) She attended! high adiool, I Rattler Boundup.! The supper wai. Mr. and Mr H. H. Oraham the members of Redland High Ronald Moiley, James Honker, canned grapefruit tomato juice canned shell l for child's garment
In Jacksonville and was graduated School Diamondbacks The guests Clinton Friar, George Brainier Mrs. T. H. Seat\*-second! prua
held at the home of Mini JackieEverett a chop Mondayevening
MRS TRICE, MRS. GARY give mey supper beans, grapefruit peel, loaf of
from Haddock BuslneiiUnivcnlty on Farm Life rd where for members of the Past were served'at a long table set Jack Geokler, Jimmy Mackey. for felt picture. 4
there Since 1>41, ,1h. HOSTESSES TO CLUB on the Iswn. Otii Coalman, Buddy Bllzird, bread, coffee cake, l'ottoldrHl Mrs Harriett:: Derry-second
the gueit were seated at card Martoni' Club of Narinja Chap
has mad her home here at 8 table placed In the living room The Itedland NeighborhoodClub ter of the O. E. S. and their Present **re: Mr and Mr David Jenson and the hoiten, and iweater marigold; second, canned prime food foregv prize for canned tomatoei.Mrt ,
8. E. Second ave. wee entertained by Mri.
Mr. and
families Approximately 30 were Leroy Sprinkle Mn
I The honor guests were Jame.llook.r varieties of Jelly, marmalade
Th bridegroom wa graduited Edwin Price and Mr W. E, Qaby CITRUS RECIPE CONTEST prize for crocheted Ubl cloth
I nerved at tables placed on the Henry DIxon and son Hanky
Carl and and cookies.Mix
Bob Motley, Mai-( rellih pickles I ,
from Hawthorne (Fla.) High Mir S it the Prlre home. Mri. Mn C. W. Little-third prize
Graham lawn. Mr. and Mn. Carl Gene Mosley, DEADLINE IS SATURDAY
I ley, Dale Sprinkle, Otl Coil- ,
e L. B. Revcr was welcomed ai a James S. McCwady for cut flowers. .
man, George Brcmler, Inch Cerk- I member, and Mrs O, A. Saturday I t. the deadline for tint prize for varieties of Jelly Mr* and Mrs W.
,n MJR8 BARNETTE HOSTESSAT ler, Clinton Friar, Jerry Under Stewart new was a gumrt, I NARANJA O.E.S. TO SEAT MRS. PETERS I submitting citrus cookery recipes' relish and pickles and handmade E. Dduberlcy:\j'e servtd i

DINNER run wood and. David Jensen, team Bingo was played and 1 Ice cream, IN PUBLIC CEREMONY MONDAY\ EVENING In the state-wide contest, ipon-: quilt; second prince for textile- cake and coca-cola. It was nnounced I II
W Mid Polly Bamette was hoi- manager.In cake ind fruit drink were served Florida\ tainted table cloth and crocheted I that a work meeting Will
ten Sunday evening at a dinner the host group were Jackie Mri D. n Batei was presented cared by the Federationof I table cloth; third prizes for be held Mar. 23 in tha clubhouse ;
,party at her home at 111 S. W. Everett, Miiilyn Delhea, Or- with a deviled egg plate ai a Mn. Gladys Peters will be Iron; Mn. Jewel Douthit, nsocl Women' Clubs, the Florida II I canned foodi canned tomato I
.a, 12th d.Preaehl. aldlne Oouberly, Geraldine Lewis, birthday sift. tilled worthy matron of In'l ate worthy matron; Norton Men, Chamber of Commerce and the Juice marmalade and tnlaccllnn '
were Mr and Mn. Betty Torbert, Myra June Ba.hor, Present, briUlcl those men fanja Chapter of the O. E. S. ainoclate worthy patron; Mrs. Florida Chain Store Council eou craft work. -
Ralph Tolgnarelll, Mr. H. Stoop I Dolores Fnnii, Diane Lounubury, Honed, were Mri. Sam J. Davis, to be held at Lydia Sayert, secretary; Mr. Cash and merchandise prim I I Mr*. Frank Hauaman -first NARROW AND WIDE WIDTH
.and Nancy Stoop, all of Doylei- Jnnlce toe and Daphne Runkrn. M..... F. D, DunuRan, Mri. L. H. a public ceremony Rosalia Chapman, treasurer; Mrs.Oulds will be given for dessert, salad prices for cut flowers, dinned
l town. Pa, Mn. Either Barnett I Special guests Included Coach Klopp, Mn II. M. Pool Mri A.I I o'clock Monday 1'11111In/ 'het I Hemmlngi conductresi; and bread recipe using citrus foods, textile-painted handbag WORK SHOES
;and the hoiten. and Mn Leroy Sprinkle, Mr C. Miller, Sire Ralph W. King I Masonic hall. Mn Mabelto Ra- Mm Marl Biflior, associate con. fruit or Juice I(I coconut frond work, copper tooling .
mm, Mri. W L Dunagin, Mra. mey, pant grind matron, and, ductreu; Mn Peterson, chaplain; The recipe may be submitted and lamp hade, MEN '
Miss Sarah Vlhlen, marshal Mrs., to the Redland District Chamberof FOR
E. U Summerset and Meg. Mnud Fred E. Monk past grand patron, ; I Mn, James B. Fotherreo-
red, will be inMallinu grand officers; Talbott, organist; Mrs Juanita Commerce or to Mn. A. F.
E. Chandler
that for canned !lassos,
AnnoundnJtREMOVAL Mn Huth Rounelle, grind chaplain -I Williams, Mat; Mn. Gertrude Arthur, chairman of District 11 I prices X-Ray Fitted
broccoli, carrota mid crocheted
DINNER PARTY ; Mr.*. Helen Peterson, grand- Williams, Ruth; Mn. France Mrs Arthur and Mr*. A. T Mo- :
HONORS BIRTHDAY MRS. ROGER marshal; and Mr*. Mary Ellen Hobbs, Either; M.... Either Lam Kay, state federation president, table cloth; third prize for ala BT EXPERTS411R4'I
Talbott grand organist. bert, Martha; Mri. Sallle Ottlng spoke on the contest at 14: } Thun- minum.
The birthday nnnlverinry' of Other officer to be Installed Electa; and M..... Oda Zachry day morning on Radio Station M..... Virgil M. Grtnncll. Jr.-
Mrt. Anna J. EnRrrt of Trenton, are: W. O. Talbott worthy ma- 11 order WIOD. first prizes for child' garment, :
N. J., was marked by a family textile-painted table cloth, stencil
or dinner party Sunday at the home I work and painted metal picture,
\ of Mr.and Mr. B. P. Wilurldge.Mra. The adult department of First second i
prizes for textiblepaintedwearing
. EKgert li a house guest 1 of' llaptlst Church School will hold APPOINTIVE OFFICERS FOR AD ASTRA, I apparel and wood trey, PH1 ii;
Etta's her aon-ln-law and' daughter, Mr a social meeting at R o'clock O.E.S., ANNOUNCED BY MRS McCARTNEY third prize for cotton dress ;
Beauty Shop and Mrs. A. W Hutchinson I Thursday evening In the social
I MM. W. B. Cavei-flrtl prlreifor AVE.Homealead. .
Present, bckldea thne men. hall. 214 8. KROME ,
tinned, were Mr. and Mn. I.. A. I The following appointive owCf'1'I by Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Roberts textile-painted wearing ap- Fa.II \ .
are announced Mn and parel, wood tray and copper tray, ,
Fram Burton's Store tutrMnmn of Coconut Grove', Members. of I the Florida CityW by retiring worthy patron
Charles L. McOartney, who will matron. Gift were second prizes for tomato Juice
\At.\ and M.... John Craig and S. C. S. held an ill-day housecleaning worthy presented
,IYa "tileEnslish' of 'be Installed a* worthy matron of by Mr. and Mn. Robert to and aluminum tray :
the church buildingon "III ""III'" 1111"III I .
Billy llutchlnion.Mn 1:1: III I: I II I[Iii[II[11111""
Tuesday and enjoyed covered Ad Art,. Chapter of OES. In a the officer and to member Mrt J. L. BatchHor-flrit prize
. A. F. Arthur, second vice- dish luncheon. public ceremony' at 84J: Friday present. for marmalade; second prize for Record Radio .Camera sac
S Building president of the Dude CountyFederation ,evening Mar. 11, In the chapter Photo Supplies
+ of Womeij'g) Clubs, Tuesday evening dinner guest hall. The officers are: Mrs. R. H I
)( N, KROME AVE.-UrSTAirtS will attend a federation executive of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jt. Graham Worley, chaplain; Mn. E. B.
\ ** board meeting at 1 o'ctwk this were Mr. and Mrs. Ceo W. Moody Francis, marshal; Mr Lewis

} ,J, *',. .-I f tf}:," ii,, t\' ' afternoon In the Sunshine Room and Mr. and Mrs John B. Oraham Tate, Adah; Mrs Prescott Wood, I If beer Ann, k. u o,. ...hle adb Ih-'F I
\ Entrance" between Lou'*.Dresi., Shop ', i", \ pf the Infrabara' building to help and daughters, Donna. Jean and Ruth,; Mr Jimmy Walker,Either;. sell :
Mi. lamed JMtl..n".M.rth. ..
plan for the Annual Siesta of Sharon Ann. : : I GANRir.R4FIJmn '
and Gladei pharmacy .' Stan. The acholirthlj benefit Mrs 0. a SullRanf Electa*Mrf d. d, Ca.1.Mw .lf.VI. K\ { .n.. I ? triJ
... .. .. '. W. C. Morton wardert and Jimmy
I ." "r-", '" sponsored by the federation will
be held on the afternoon of Mar. = I Walker, sentinel. II South DIxie Highway j'' 't
25 In the Clover Club. 3I i, Outgoing officers were honored South MUmU& 1'"I"I
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FridaY, March 11, 1949 HOJOlUAD tBADIR-KNTJRPRISI:
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lra.r l l.nrlatl+ r John Mewl Mk with ...*. Oranaml ..
Mr. and Mr arc > parent
: Lot Ib''" K I. IMh. *.. ... lwn ftsralshed. hove. 1 let I Ar.
hosts at a family reunion at their .. Mr., and ..... CaisftrWUUama I .Maid. Ph. I...... (mlltf) ..* 4h It. ft 17"". ("1Beftj. 1-.,)
home on Roberts rd. Their guars CLASSIFIED

: In and Around are Mr and Mr*. Frank Stark of ................Nw.NNMM..M ADVER'fLSQiGCARD SON* AUapattaa OaittaM SO
Indianapolis Mr and Mrs r L act', at ftnsst vasstaht m.... Warren M.rrlt
JAMBS AtCHAHOffrrr eaBZYI .....
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Reed of Clermont Ind., Mr and a Ins land ivroain bungalow, tarn
I i l. Mr.. M.lton Kldred of Flushing Ait NEWS I etc. on paved. .Majiway, 1H mllwMt Rellr.tflTto n.slIe! Broker
L. I I., and daughter Sue, Mr. and .......5aeeae..N..s..NMr .
of Princeton Coconut Palm
White Leghorn pullet. 4 month, on Ml R ...... Ave,
J Homestead Mr. Armiutd Reed ol DaiiMlUInd -. and Mn John Foatlar .* tin' each "1'.1b'. done "house, Drive. Mot $..... term Phone 111
Phone I
.; ,: I ., and Mrs Marie UtiiiiKoti i Homaataad are ....... of a I OP THANKS Walden' 11?r'r l 1..1..f'ftI Kedlao Mr. Mahoney MTJI.lbedroom .

of Miami. daughter 'hart Mar S In Jam* and Hk-liard" rd.*. (pall)
. I Archer aMDi .4tal. CttS IMUM all. modra -
Lieu.. . guests of Mr and Mr*: We wWi to thank ill who donated
Mid Mr Victor Cook On Mar I e son was born to impravtmenis. |7, oaTew
t Mr. are Mrs. Oaranc BrMrlay. underwent Cheep transportstion11 OLD Stolen
LOST
Strayed or
E. L. Lawranea are Mr Motion and
co-operated: to make
1C Williams or
parents of I Sevan-pound four- wi operation Saturday tn med MM. Harry I*, good chap tIM. AIM 1 orI can be arraaisd. Apply
Mr. M. M. UwraMaa at Dsrmss.Bus. .1 Mt chicken .
.... our supper. I MMMM.Liberty .
.... Ml stalkm, Florida City rm
teen-aunca d.uhlftVebra Emit, Jam** Archer Smith Moapltal.Mr and .... Nellie. B. HOUSES on lor..... MM >
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Oa. U Mr. Rebekth Lode No. 41 brown mare mule slug)
born anMr Market. Strared-
ban Mr I in Jama Archer A datMrhter was rd *r* (faI4-U)
high pine on Phillip ahMrd
Mia. M.
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Brtdaea *. HaraM .Davit ot Gould. on haltwelsh* about 700 Iba.Pteaaa
; Smith Hospital.8S connecting Sliver Palm end
and Mn J.
i O. Garland, M. Lawrence also la attending notify M. J. Oarretl. ISA
Mar. S. PARTLY FUnN $NB> CITY
who have been spending. the wte Urn with another eon sindesmhine.lnlaw Cemetery &: Mausoleum CMxta Highway at MN toner K
some Mr. and Mrs Clifton Gordon N. W. in eve.Reward (pmll
HOME CORNER.
I .a' t S. 0. Wood, who hM tar at their cottage on Coconut: Mr. and Mrs N. 01 a Lyons, Rt. I. Box 441, Mlam. on teslrabta big
Harbor parents .
of Rock are .
Fruit
.' 'been stationed In Japan. with the Palm. dr, lfl TuMtey for thaiwmmcr C. Tanners (""mil) lrM and troaXea
WoodUwa MISCELLANEOUSRADIO
i Park
: ::1 a daughter born Mar. 4.Surgery Cemetery plantings. TOTAL FRKE: ONLY
paretfoop, I II spending Xbday( home In Jonabaa, Then -
i r patient this week la- liao B. W. tin St. Miami
i.. vit 11 furlough l In Horld City with Ml Mia Ann Garland librarian, f..1 Mr. and M... Ceo. West and eluded Mrs Wilma Voucher 0Homeatead Phone ,."ew SH 1-ton Ford truck, good Urea, IS.IM Set ECHO 7M-J.JORDANbroker ,
I fund* end aunt Mr. ami MA ftivmMe' Military! Academy, Mr. L. W. Summertln have returned and Mr LUlltn Pike A wide selection of cemetery loU excellent ennxliUon. A, C Deputy -I rogletered Ph. SEPAIR-M yean **-
Frit Schroeder S. G I I. a md111 her brather, DavM, academy student to their home In Daytona Medical tt modern prices available from 10 N W. 4lh ave. Ph. 14mlltf perlenca In radio repair, alt
t prate of Homestead High School spent the wcck-< I their parent and Mr H. Collier. were bedrooms. den, fireplace, Venetian ""fill in. wt get Vm out. Mod
Annie Community mausoleum of
Polly Smith, Mr May 1,724(
blinds, knotty pin will. mall eels ran be taken'' bark
II .r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogaiti Dobyn crypt and niche.
W. Lamb Ralph
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Brown.
Ir O. C. Murphy has returned large lot. Pries tft.500. term See home In a few minute. ROBERT
i of Petersburg W. Va, are house Mr and Mrs Nat Bauman end and Baby Charles Watson, all a.fI
from Miami where he visited hit % ECHO JORDAN, reg. broker, J. BROOKS, cave. Av*, Jutt
I .,i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo M. son, Arnold, will leave Monday I Homestead, Mia Ann Grover and FOR 8AIJE
Mr. and W. ph. 709.3.New .
on-ln-law and daughter Kind llUhway, north of Film Drive Florida
Arbogast of Florida City. for their home In New York both of Jail.I .
City : Barney Biucom,, FOR RENTFor
Mr Civil Conway, I !7.rc.( Sedan Cruiser City (pal)
after of Rock
0r 1 an extended visit her with morada David VTIecel I-bedroom house, reasonableby
Mr*. Presort. Bird has .... Mr.*. Bauman's parent, Mr. .nd Dr. and Mr*. E. J. O'raham of I Harbor and Mrs Tina ,tort .1 "Pal-lT I owner Caih. or term, Peabody, TYPEWRITER JONES AU

t W ycra, O*., where Mrs. Juttu Finkle Pahoke visited Sunday In MOo Florida City. rent: Upstairs apartment for I : I 1 blk. E. of Rcdland rd. on Bth! *t makes of machine, boushl" *dld

1 1 her moth Mr. It L Atkinson: r roue.... Mn. Lu 1 s Fitch, Ph91 purchased New II4T u2ufNew 1, and repaired. Ph. 1J8-M, Box BM,
,recently underwent an operationfor I Mrs. C. D. Schwln left Tue. -. / -M. (mlltf)) UomeitNl (fSUf).
t K the removal. of cataract Since day for her home In Birmingham/ k -- I'Ihh' .te.8h_ Ph.n CBS house, (1 N. W. ITlh It

her return Mr*. Bird has been Ala., after a visit here with her I rooms, modem completely furnished Bleep tl; teltel. alley, -oft Krome av*. Two bedroom. Grow mowing Can! Endllch, Rt ,
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I |1111 of larynglli at her home In on-ln-law and daughter Mr and house to responsible fresh water tank. all the both, tile kitchen<<: porch I I. Box 4BB Homestead,, (old) !
?,I Downer Palm, Mr E. E King party only.Ile N. W, 7th .t. eypres nthedral' living room,', Utchworth place, Kind hwy.)
$1,500lUCK it
r I .1 (pmll) (4,500( ash, $40 per! month ot I (U\lI)
i Mr. and ;:;Frank P. Brock:! Samuel Firestone left Frlda balance Dr C. r. Robinson, Ph

left Monday morning, for their for his home In New York City 6EKU NFE S efficiency apartments Quail BROOKS 487-W (sStfJ) FLOOR SANDING'and 91241821
t tI home In Mountain Lake, N. J., after a tMwel'k.lllt at the home Root rd. .alt '01 Fsrmllfe'rd.
TNO, IniCtll oak and pin floor,
tI of his son-in-law and tRO Phone Perrlne S944. K. Holler- Phone t1-R
daughter, ,
after a one-week visit 'here with / ROOH say linoleum.Day
and rubber tile, t
HOME asphalt
I WE "VIA
Mr. Brock' brother and ''''Ier- Mr. and Mn, Herman Morka.llou. v mann (pmlqModem )
TO HT VOl'R FAMILY I. ph. Bll-Wj: night' 117-W,
''In-law, Mr. and Mrs, E. A. CarIcr ,
dr.p ... guests of Mr. and Mrs two-room apartment. 7J AND YOURCOMPLETELY roruTlloolU
\ of Waldln N. E. 8th .. (pmll) WE! DO reliable watch repairing.
i, John M. Drown are Mr. an? MI'I.Carl .
I J\ -T 23-ft Chrln-craft 1047 model, S:I FURNISHED/ Ar- I
Wood Jewelry, McCrory:
Mr. and Mn. Sam Shankmnn Lovln and Mr. and Mr. Coo l-room upstair apartment share bunks toilet 80 m p.h. $J,430Set I-bedroom home .llh garage csd. (22U)
fl expect to leave today for their Albln of St. Louis who are being Frljldalre, lummer rate. Downstairs R ad ford at Ilopieittld Bay en earner lot near achooL A

3 home In Memphis, after pending entertained with fishing aDd< porch apartment Mrs front Paik. (tilt!) REAL BARGAIN at $7,500.FURNiSiIRD < tr YOU HAVE anything to NH

1 the season In Homestead. Mr.Shankman alKht-ceelng trip The party .. /in N.MI ISM WinYin Maud Chandler, Silver Paint dr.wed .I I or It :IOU need anything vial
visited Miami Beach on Sunday; of rd mitt HAItDKN: Hauling, landscaping. -bedroom home
Tennessee ( ) /
I Ia author of "The Can- the Swap Shop. W* buy mat i
and Tuesday and Mr. Levin, MiAlbln with fireplace oreened porch
tie by the Sea" which I la concludedIn topsoil, potting soil Nod, rack all stuccoed ',..... In good condition, itoves
and John Brown, Jr., wendeepsea and l-cir garage (
Leader-En- Large pleasant by day or fill Ph. 243-R. Write IK t, Box
of
this Issue the room
hollow tile lot, SB10 Ice boxes, ate The Swap Shop
fishing Monday off Garden ) on large $ ,
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lerprll14!. Cove. On Wednesday Mr. and week. 171 N. W Ith. it. Phone 14-A, Homestead. (fU-oill) -TERMS. 227 8.' Flagler Av< Homestead
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S70-W. (m4-ll) .
Phone 40'rNEW
Mrs. Lovln and Mr Brown vl*- .
Mr and Mrs. Thor E. Britt ot Itod Key West CEAUTirUL ORCHIDS valls'jl FURNISHED/ a-brdronm home
Caracal Venezuela, and [Jr. E.- Cabin, twin bed, private both, at all lime homestead Moral: hear tom and schools, $1,500,, ROOFS AND
overnight or weekly See ECII >F. Gift N.W. I downl! ,
,i tells G. Norman of Miami Battlo- Mr. and Mr. Ralph Tolgnarell and Shoppe,122
'! Creek visited Mr. and Mr. BenI and Mr*. II. Stoops and daughter JORDAN, reg. broker W. KingiIlghway. cor. 2nd ave. (2tt) PERFECT FOR REST HOME !ROOF REPAIRS
Ph. 769-J. t2B
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i I Archer Thursday Nancy, all of Doylestown Pa. OR TOURISTS: Nicely fur. Ron roofing, gravfr, shingles
are visiting here with Mr. Stoop' CONCRETE BLOCK. all mires, nliOied. This I.I an -bedroom the and metal rook Install. .
Bob Schowalter, son of Mr. and son, Harry Stoops, Small cabin, S room completely Drue. Block Co, Nrana) Fla 1-bath home with over Guaranteed workmanship by II.
(Mr. R. R. Schowslter returned furnished, hot and cold water $50a Phone 873. J53-tf)
1,0)0() square feet of screened cenMd and Insured}roofers,
Monday from John Hopkln Hos- House! KUCNI) of Mr. and Mr. month On Redland rd. Rt. 2, porch*. Furnished fuest cot
) where he had been under Box SOS. ((12511)"Jerry" ) FREE ESTTM1iT7"SBox
pits
J. H. Kitchen of NaranJa are Mr FLOOR SANDING!! and FINISHING lilt and double garage art
'treatment for thrill week for an and Mrs Lawrence Kitchen Mrs.Elizabeth this desirable B-cr '
also on Ilojnestcad
Install oak and pine floors .160 '
{Infection ot the left eye Fowler end Mrs. Charlotte Mower. Call Doug at at $25,00019bedroom ( ,
ssphult and rubber tile, linoleum. grove
Marshall all of Toronto, 47. 130 N. W 8th *t. (slOtf) Guaranty Roojlnir (.0.,
Day ph. Sll-W; night H7-W .
home In nice location.
Mr* Ruth Snider of Memphisb Canada.
,. I a house guest of her son-in-law 1 new half-bag cement mlxertPh. $S,830 U' FULL PRICE! Phone ..allt,I Miami J
I M and daughter Mr and Mrs Jack Edw. V Vlhlcn of the Univer- 147, Ibwer-Crow. (mZBtf) homestead Class Co. -GUs* for
1 Zimmerman. sty of Miami pent the week-em all purposes. We do steel Mill S-bedroom with NEW carport CBS and furnishedhome gout : Floor Sanding anil finishing

in Tallahassee a* representative ,I"IDI.IOI If from Phone 173 Town Asphdt and rubtx* tile Phon
cottage on I acre near I
Mr. J. H. Powell of Tampa Is of n Kappa Alpha fraternity FOR SALE and U. 8. No. 1111000. U7-W.. t (mchttf) ,
'. a house guest of her son-in-law Will build 2-bedroom frame i:

t ,, and daughter the Rev. and Mr*. House guest of Mr. and Mr. house to "dry dago" for.. I17&0Phon I W* also have Ealrabll JlUhWt BEE -ALEXLANIltrl for welt ,
\ Frank L Livery.I W. E. McLendon art Mr. Me.London's ) Zirefrigerator. good running Mrltueh 763-R; "''(H8J) I | property, grove and drilling. Comer jKrom ava

parent. Mr, and.Mr*. condition, $28. Phont04J acreage and NE. loth at. Phone I30-W.
Mr, and M70d;:;: Pelt entertained A. L* McLendon! and Titfnophewlarrl t or see at. Southern Pines 2-BEDROOM FURNISHED CBS SetmCIIARU

*t a fish In'' party last VIcker,.all of r Dawson, GaMr ffice. (mil) HOME, fireplace screened ( FUCIIS vrW EMFLOYMEHT OFFICE I

"' week for Mr and Mrs O. vfd I porch, double garage, large lot Registered Broker for members an4 .mpk>/...*.
'LIvesay and Mr. and Mrs *. A. J. Dubreuil of Home- Firmed tr.clorand Dodge truck, excellent 'location Price IR.9W: or John H. Hale, Salesman I Service free Ovid Sullivan, eta.plojrment .
III :Loudermilk, all of Lewisburg, W. stead, who has been spending two Eureka dr, I ml. east of Krome. rilA financed See Cum JORDAN Ph. 441 or 7S8-W P.O. Box 181 officer{ N JCroItIt and
fVa. Mr. and Mr*. Loudormllk, week In Havana, Cuba with Mr. Phone Ptrrln 1731. (pmll)i ,ia, broker, Ph. 789-J. I Ith tt Phone llftO. *.
'brother-in-law and sister of Mrs.iDettx Dubrleul, plans to leave for a Member of Chamberof -

I have returned to their six-week stay In Puerto Rico with : ; Commerce :
[home In Lewlsburf, and Mr, and a son-in-law end daughter, Mr tie" ; I WANTEDWanted

",", -Mrs. LIvesay are visiting In HoiI and Mrs Harrison Cogle. Mrs \ ." I .J "'""-
CROUSE BURR CABINET SHOP
." wood. Dubrelul I I. the mother ot Mr. V -bedroom frame house on lot _. \
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\ John Reed of Homestead. f' s's SOS 150, (7 N. W. 4th (t, Home- -Place.housekeeper > comp,
Cpl. and Mr. W. R. Yates, Jr., f Builders and Remodelers lend. Ph. Miami 3-4145 or lea or nufsa for
'> 'of Fort Smith Ark, and sons Mr. and Mn Jeff Hensley and owner at 1042 S. Miami ave, I ty person or chlldre Ph. I

,. Roger and Billy, are house! guest Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Stripling all MiamI. (J14U) week-end or after 4 p. m.. J
I '1. of Cpl. Vales' parents, Mr. and of Metier Ga. have been visiting/ Fine; Woodworking a Specialty

Mr.*. W. R. Yates In Nnranja at the home of Mr. ,
and Mr*. 0. W. Drlgger/ t'1 'f Electric and Acetylene Welding;

I t'. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Moore of : !: R
Miami were guests Monday of Mr. and Mr. Hiram Pierce ot # V ,;I SILVER PALM DRIVE-ONE MILE WEST OP V. 8. I Job PrintingField i

.Mr* Moore's parents Mr. and Sarasota are house. guest of Mr*. , Phone Itl-VT'l
j Mr*. V- E. Foment of Coconut Pierce'. brother-in-law and sister 9Y r
Palm dr. I Mr and Mrs W. II. Booth. c; z Crate Stencils

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buy a new mummer lUlL NOITHOOOL pttUrm . i

N. E. 5th ST. end let ...VL NORTHcoot colors) t NOKTHOOOL styles are unusual

l: (Opposite Chamber af Commerce Bldf.) In their beauty . unquestionably In good .tuto.NoRThcooL It', the safest and cheapest"; the long run. R '

eaten to your wish for coolneai and k GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY

AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING dependably wrinkle resistant. Won't lose its shape ; I Strong sturdy timber makes strong" support for

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Phone 9115 (Night, 145-M\ ) and double breasted styles NOiTKOOot la by Jar your and anywhere else where quality wood is needed. Solar Water Heaters I

KO JOB TOO SMALL - NO JOB 'TOO ellsCRAWSIAW belt buy for a mare enjoyable summer. Look for the

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IL IL S. IIURLERS It. II. S. Launches Baseball Season DICK'S FIVE PLAY

-- BEGIN PRACTICE With Riverside Clash Saturday TUESDAY jpj AAU

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I Hut!. II! n I I II iili S"'hal niamand- Luke Benson. Citrton Williams ;
EOR SPRING PLAY IlIId,. "III .pen the baseball a- and Bob Mosley. outfielder CAGE TOURNEY ;
CHI. S IUI id',,N withMilitary &&I clash '! !thAcademy Other team" members will be
"Baseball practice begun MonnlYerKldt'/ on 'I'omaHooker and Herald Dick;: Drive in basketball .Uo>. ..
day at Homestead Hugh School the( Hcftldiid diamond report GrahamTh coached by Fred Rhode Jr., .nd .
,. ., iMHi opening play set fur Apr, ftCtev Loaih Leroy SprankleHultlim tentallv chedule Is: Mar sponsored by Dick Huff, will eL
-- <*n game have alreadvfu for nonlthms on the IB. Miami Tech, then, Mar 21, compel In the Florid Stall '"
.r" tn scheduled by Coach Paul: lineup arc James Hooker, Jackie Pone de Leon, there, .Mar. M, MUtourtamenltobeghtTuady,
I-- Worlsy with Apr S, May 10 and UlUe James Ralston and Carlo Miami Bdtson; Mir, I'. Miami .t Miami Jackson High School
fuy IT still Iri open. The incomplete Ygartua for pitcher; Devil! Jenwn Jwkenn, Apr. 6, Miami Edison, arm With a record this season .
I schedule K. Apr (II I Koland Vumicr and Charles theN; Apr, It, MUml Beach of :21 win and four losses the a
". South Broward; Apr, 12 MI.mi fhnmlKi. iuldivi ; Bobby Musky there; Apr. 14, Homestead there; team It touted a favorite to win .
Jackson Apr J 14, Rcdlanl; I'; Apr Hnl I .In nr. hooker first basm *- Apr 17, Miami Teth: Apr. :26, the tourney, G... r
.. 21. Miami I Tech th.-ic; Apr; 21, "", J..hn.. Hughes and Carl Masley West Palm Beach. there; Apr. 20; The team was a runner-up las ,A
- ., Miami I Beach; May 3 Itodl in,I M.,<' indbasn man; Johnny Ellis, Miami Jackson, there; May 8. ae.1I0110 the Southern Are Gold .
there; May 6:Miami "I"' there;: slmrl stop; Charley William, Homestead, Mar 10, West Palm Ball Tournament In August, C*.. M
-- May 13, South Broward them; utility Infielder; and Hugo Vlhlcn, Beech In which it represented. Miami '
., N May 20 Miami High. Guard Robert' Sullivan wa selected ,

'i,.... .' porting Among for last practice years thus: r..I week ro Growers Lose .m Semi-final Tilts; the tourney as outstanding The team player also captured In.

I ,,', Kenneth Grave. pllchri,; 1 the title In the Miami .
were Rattlers I }How Out Initial I Play
In '
'r roe Kerley and Jack Pope, catch' ; League in 48 and 49
., Sncorn Team members, In addition to
er; Fred Huber Rwkv .
,.. ? )1\ and Bob Roper: Infield.,.*; null Third seeded. Homestead ahead to win the game by two Sullivan, are Jesse/ Loll Harry .
; Bill Horn and John Ruehlo, outfielder 11 n/wen crushed! Pahoke Mar. 1m counters, Rocky Sincere scored Bishop' Don Done. Charles' Robertson ;: :
I. n" *. the Class B, Group Four High 17 of the! Grower. point, Fop Bob Roper. Ralph DtllInger -
St'h..1 tournament In lK'Ored' and' Roper, S. Joe Clements, Paul Meagh- ,We pleased.J to t
:h; .:;... 4 Cage Teams "Formed Luke Witi-th only oaro;: to go down InOifmt R I don lost a nurd-fought _er and Dick_Johnson are announce
,0. bofiit Dtlray BeachVnh game by .point when Petru- ,
at Center
... ) For Play iwkK. In the semi-finals FrllHy Mill] made a successful free toss ,
Four teams have been organteed < night Unseeded Redland fell for the victor with only PO seconcls ,
for the league at RatUaiid prey to the Boahawk In the Initial I- to go In the first half the I
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play Mar !. Seuhawk captured and'held the I JQ,',
.. Center' roporU Hocreatlon Direr' thatSAT. t t .,.: \ I
lead wIth scores of 12-fl 41t the -
toe Austin O ArmlUteed. PUUIK IU 'ky Rlnroie registered') 18I .
i fir period and 16 g at the halftime -
art to form fifth team. IIIJlnIM I and Bob Roper and Jack } BRAKE SERVICE
.r The teams and their Okutalni Pope oflch contributed 17 points Then the Diamondbacks fare
forged ahead to tie the Victor's .
: lo Hranestuuds 70-47 defeat of
,I".. '- Team: One-Cerry Pflugrad' Pahokec: Homesujad led throuiih-! 20-20 when James Hooker hooked Immediate Semce"d
captain Red IliiynM. Raymond out the play with score of l2: one through the net with three
","'t\ Walton, Bobby Mwvthelm DickyWhalen at the halr- nIe. minute remaining PetrutellJ's . ; i
and Bob Whalwi:; Team The -"- *oded luccesiful free tOil, the first mad Reasonable PricesQuality MARCH 19THE '
Two: Kenneth Mendheim, cap iwepl from behind lo ledge outt by Delrsy In 13 De'chance clinched ,
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,1 the for
victory
lain, Harvey Hendrlx' Ernest the Growers 36-14 Friday night y
,Webb Carl Mendhelro. Bob Ka- >','um an A-1 scot. tor the open I WorkmanshipENGINE .,
I. w neff. Gerald Graham and Carl i, 1111 quarter, Homestead led 22-'' Inza-Ncll )Roman Wins '... .
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;-- CollaUchaki; Twm Three-Will 1H and II-28 ul the ensuing InOhman. -! District Oratory Title j; w "r, ,
4 captain Robert Jones'turmissione. On to three minutes e. ';s vI..,.. r., .
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I.Io Hendrlcks. Bert Shepherd i Mix Inx -Ne11 Roman of Key
,_. Harley of the fnn| | thc Growers led OVERHAUL '
Alvin William, Llndy Tondre"' 4-M: then the St'lIhIiWJ1! sprinted West, former Homestead. resident!, 0 NEW !
1. '. and C. W. Graham; Team Foui- captured first place .s champion o
NI Jim Byrd captain Rex Sets! OB debater of Monroe and Dad MOTOR
1 Williams. Earnest Morris. WIIJ J K< *'a}' I Prizes Scheduled I I I counties In district final of the

...I bur Graham and Harold Wood For, Presentation Today American Legion oratorical eonfRONT: END ? I:
4 Official will be H E Me- test Wednesday In the University
helm and Mr, Armltvtead. Thl coconuts, |>1'1awurd.1! of Miami auditorium t Mix Ro- TVNE.tJI'J'J'
rd by the Adurllwng Club
ofl) man) who won the Monroe County
DODEE CIIANDIFK- WIVNTR (]nRler Miami tor essays on : title Mar. 3, received a trophy DODY :
.:' A wrapping paper kit. of orlg "H"* AdvcrliHtng Affects Our ,I from Vanc Stirrup, Tenth Die REPAIR f"
A. J Inch design won first place for r.hal" will be presented to the (Irlclullon, Commander after d.- IV .
.11..::' Dodee Chandler of Homestead wimu At Homestead and Red. '' feating Larry Perlmutter. of Miami SEAT CODERS o :: *\,
\ Sunday the Miami Dally News land high schools, Beach, Dad champion o
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I county perk kite contest held In At 11 >ment ud. County Commissioner j A 18-year-old Junior at the ITIIOL8TERINQt'NDERCOATINQ ,/
Crandon Park Dndre, daughter Prntim I), Bird will Convent of Mary the Immaculate o
'1 or 'Mr. and Mri J. R. Chandler, ptvn"it H flr.ll prlM. $21, to AnIn! Key West. Miss Romun I II the f
competed with hundreds of en geljn Hufay; kecotid price IIS. I daughter of Mr and Mrs, G.. J 0 Presented
trans. throughout the county, l ti. Jimmy WiUori; and third'i Roman rORCELAINIZINQLfBKICATION e
1 ---- m,,1,1'I HO, I...) En\mu Jim Rives. I i
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II.II.S. Council Ix-adorn' II''able' : mention reitiflcatesil WillFOR .

.. 0'I District t I Meeting! IL U Khan Doris Lewis ands) . . o .I
i U\('kia Smith /
GENERAL REPAIRS '
;' hA meeting of tho l hevanU) Da.Tho prizes lit n.dlund will bl e DISPLAY I
d", trk1 of the. Slate. Federation of U Fuss, n..ow LONCi Dt0 'iti; A COMPLETE RUMPER-TQ- j .
-.j'"t,., talent' Council was attended -"fi'. Pun-Amerl- ...RltsatlKuN- ""TaN" "BUMPER SERVICE I ': ; ," '.-\ ;;,' .
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glee. D. Ruelil. Hunientead High : prtw' will CO ". BV GET PLAN IT DESIRED- -'r.. ...IY i ;;J<' fit'i'I', ''.l.' " \
School student council/ sponsor' to Yale 1lvtdnWe WHOM essay aloe PAT AS YOU DRIVE ... I .. ,', , . f oj, ;Y"' ..., ..
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Crate and I AnltnIXIIr won bonornblr mention in the 0 < ;
"?} council representative. .. "'uit\-\ldi" c>mi;>etllion; set'P "nd WRECKER SERVICE at ,11, ,qa
. Pinna wire rimpMrri ran th' i ,. t to Ann HIIIWII" and I third. A.N.wrlt"TWO: 0 ,
; elate contention to k* hill Apr | Inv-i II, l', ,ilit, Yin rtua, I' F. 9 rt .
l-S3 In MUml The H moxli 11 i icuuocll :Ih r na'ntnm:': I i i'iUfnl.ilc, will:E ;: .
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will be nwpomiulv I fur tin i nrc.enh J l l 11 Junta hurter Chevrolet Co. I
making of favors. I 1 K.\ ,.lin 11..1 lilrnzLJ .
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